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Larger and Smaller Numbers: Up to 5

Reinforce number recognition and 1:1 correspondence with this straightforward worksheet. Colorful sets of objects are pictured next to the corresponding number. Children count the objects to determine which number is bigger and mark the larger number. The last problem has a typographical error (a set of 2 is accompanied by the numeral 1); challenge your learners to "find the mistake."

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Pre-K - K
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Math
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